How bad will layoffs be?
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"Not sure what you've heard but we are doing very well financially. We are a year ahead of schedule on turning a profit and have already paid back our debt to AT&T. "
Source please if you may. TPG fronted 6.8 billion and then had to beg an additional 2.1 billion loan from T to cover the losses on that stupid money losing Sunday Ticket
So, price tag for barely year one books out at 8.9 billion.
Are you really going to tell us that a company with a 48 to 52% percent loss in customers since 2017 and is still shedding 400K plus or minus 10k every quarter to this day somehow comes up with almost 9 billion dollars in debt relief revenue?
And all of this since August of 2021?
Color me skeptical.
Not sure what you've heard but we are doing very well financially. We are a year ahead of schedule on turning a profit and have already paid back our debt to AT&T.
DTV is in a good spot and a much better evaluation than a year ago. I see 8-10 new jobs a day post in our internal portal.
DTV is hiring, wasn't there a push to hire 30 in 30 (30 people in 30 days) in April?
What's your source of information on these layoffs?
Could be any day now or a bit later.
It'd also be nice to know when it will start.